We have a calendar of regular fundraising events that we organise. They are not only great fun but they enable is to achieve three key things:

Bringing people together who believe they can make a difference
Raising awareness of meningitis
Raising the vital funds we need to continue our work

Our events

2019 Snow Ball Event

We ended a very busy 2019 here at The Believe & Achieve Trust with a fantastic evening held at Smokies Park, Oldham with the Alex Snow Ball Event. We hosted a celebration evening of our work over 2019 with our incredible guests who have all supported our charity. The evening was attended by Tameside Civic Mayor and featured a great evening of entertainment and a true celebration of what we have achieved in 2019 and how 2020 will be an even bigger year for the charity.

Our events

Annual Themed Ball

This year the theme is Alex's Big Top Ball and will be held on Saturday 9th June 2018. Tickets are £50 giving you dinner and an evening of entertainment. You can get tickets by contacting us or by ringing 07802884494. This event sells out every year, so book early to make sure you don't miss out! You can see from the pictures what a great time we have.

Santa Walk

Hundreds of people have enjoyed a Santa Walk on a cold December day or in the Summer – yes we like to shake it up a bit!! The next Santa Walk will be in December….watch this space for the date! And once again will be held at Stamford Park.

Christmas Concert

Bringing the community together to sing carols and hear some great performers. Christmas can be a difficult time for some people and this is a great opportunity to show people that there is a community which is strong and there for them.

Please help us – just contact Alison Williams hello@believeandachieve.org.uk, by calling 07802 884494 or complete the form here.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Our zumbathon was more fun than a workout! Lots of people showed up to shake their booty to tackle Meningitis!


A donation, no matter how small, will help us continue our work, helping more children “believe and achieve” and raising awareness of meningitis.